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  1. So is anyone else perplexed by the whole "Villains United" theme of Ninjago sets later this year? I mean, let's look at the lineup: *Skeletons-makes sense seeing as how they were never destroyed. *Stone Warriors-a little bizarre since the only one we've seen since the end of season two was the big guy in Cryptarium Prison. *Nindroids-again, only ones we've seen were in Cryptarium Prison. *Chen and his Anacondrai Cultists-were last known to be inside the Preeminent...right before she was destroyed, apparently taking everyone inside with her aside from Clouse. Even with that, how are they flesh-and-blood again? Of course, it will hopefully all be explained once those episodes start-though who knows when that'll be since nothing past Skybound episode one has premiered in the U.S. yet.
  2. Guys! I just found a TOTALLY REAL poster for the new Ninjago movie! (^^^Click for full^^^) Don't forget to like, comment and subscribe for more TOTALLY REAL LEGIT posters!
  3. Since two new LEGO Ninjago promotional songs were just released by The Fold, I was curious which of their Ninjago songs from over the years were people's favorites! To date they've released 15 original songs along with four remixes of the theme song The Weekend Whip. Since the number of answers per poll question is limited, I split it into two questions: which is your favorite promotional song, and which is your favorite version of the theme song. Links for those who haven't heard the songs before or want to refresh their memory: The Weekend Whip Born to be a Ninja Ninja Go! A-W-E-S-O-M-E Rebooted Tech Whip After the Blackout Full Digital We Are Ninjas Spinnin' Out In Color Eye of the Storm The Anacondrai Whip 21st Century Ninja The Ninja Roll Enter the Tournament Back to Ninjago The Ghost Whip Bring on the Pirates We Are Ninjago Anyway, feel free to share your thoughts! EDIT: Link added for "The Pirate Whip"!
  4. Okay, so for a while, I've been anticipating LEGO Dimensions for a long time now and was plesantly surprised that a lot of big names such as the LEGO Movie and Doctor Who got properly represented with the original voice talent for each character. One thing that occasionally gets on my nerves is how a lot of LEGO games tent to not have the budget to get the original voice actors to preform their roles as the characters. LEGO Ninjago Shadow of Ronin and LEGO Ninjago Nindroids unfortunately had those flaws. When it was announced that most voice roles were to be reprised for the LEGO Movie and others, I was estatic. Then I saw a trailer to the game featuing Kai (Ninjago) and Batman. Kai had a pretty scratchy voice that didn't match Vincent Tong's (voice of Kai's) voice at all. I kept my optimism though, seeing that a lot of game and movie trailers are acted or voiced differently from the actual product. The game came out and I bought the starter pack with the fun pack of Zane and the other of Emmet. I was happy to hear Chris Pratt's voice again after his apcense in the LEGO Movie Videogame. However, as soon as Zane opened his mouth, I was nearly heartbroken. I might be taking this a bit too seriously but there was a pit left in my stomach when I found out that none of the Ninjago characters reprised their roles and were replaced with cheap imitations. I even read somewhere that Vincent Tong wasn't even ever contacted to voice Kai again. It just feels disrespectful to the characters. Me and my little sister could comepletely tell the difference between the two voices for the same characters. I'm only assuming, but I'm pretty sure all the other Ninjago characters are suffering the same fate and not just Zane. Oh well...At least I can still play as the TRUE Emmet, Wildstyle, Homer Simpson, Doctor, and Unikitty.
  5. What LEGO Ninjago sets or minifigures would you like to see in the future? They can be characters and costumes from Ninjago media like the TV show and graphic novels, or new characters and costumes you dream up! In this topic, you don't have to limit yourself to what's realistic. Yes, I know characters like Seliel from the LEGO Ninjago graphic novels aren't likely to ever appear as figs. But if that's a fig you'd like released, you're welcome to suggest it here! I'll start off. I'd love to see "Airjitzu Nya Flier" and "Airjitzu Lloyd Flier" sets, similar to this year's Airjitzu fliers. They would come with brand-new Airjitzu Nya and Airjitzu Lloyd minifigures. I don't know if there's ever any chance of this happening, but we know Lloyd already officially has Airjitzu in the story from when he was possessed by Morro, and I think Nya should get the opportunity to learn Airjitzu as well! The Airjitzu minifigures are very stylish and it would be exciting to see what they would look like for Nya and Lloyd's elements. I'd also like to see stone armor versions of Jay and Cole (from Episode 34 "The Titanium Ninja"). We got stone armor versions of Zane and Lloyd in set 70728 Battle for Ninjago City and a stone armor version of Kai will be appearing in this year's Target-exclusive minifigure cube (one of which was somehow obtained and auctioned off at BrickFair Virginia). But Jay and Cole are still left out. I'm not sure what would be a good opportunity to release those figs, but I would like an opportunity to add them to my collection! And as silly as it is, I'd like a Kendo Lloyd minifigure. Last year's minifigure cube included a Lloyd DX minifigure, a costume Lloyd has never officially worn. He wasn't even a ninja when that costume was current! But it still looked awesome. And the nice thing about a Kendo Lloyd minifigure is that it'd have a 2011-style costume for Lloyd underneath! So together with Lloyd DX's hood, it'd be like getting two new costumes in one!
  6. PREVIOUSLY ON BIONICLE X NINJAGO MAFIA: A NEW CONFLICT / NINJAGO STRIKES BACK (credit to art in banner goes to TBK, may his presence on BZPower rest in peace) Worlds clashed in an epic struggle…. Five years ago, a planet warped into the sky above the World of Mafia, where it subsequently crashed into the plains of the infamous and perilous Desolation of the Staff. From this mysterious planet spewed forth alien figures and structures. They quickly spread across the globe, and all who belonged to Bionicle learned that everything on this planet somehow related to Ninjas. The survivors of the crashed planet all claimed themselves to be of ‘Ninjago’, a mystical realm filled with ninjas, robots, magic powers, and chefs. The two worlds quickly came to blows; the residents of Bionicle fearing that the legendary Bionicle Mafia was in danger, and had to be saved from the wicked Ninjago – while the residents of Ninjago feared that the last remnants of Ninjago Mafia would be squashed by its larger brethren. At first, it seemed that victory was in the hands of Bionicle, for their elite taskforce was able to easily take down the not-so-equally elite taskforce sent by Ninjago. With only a single so-called “survivor” for the Ninjago side, Bionicle was able to rest easy for two years. Ninjago was not so easily defeated, however. Three years ago, they managed to successfully infiltrate Bionicle, and then, they struck with lightning speed. It was a flawless victory on Ninjago’s part, led by none other than Sensei Wu. Little did they know at the time that a third party was taking part in events – Mr. Makuro, creator and leader of the Hero Factory. He revealed himself before Ninjago could even begin to celebrate, and so the conflicts began anew. --- For the past three years, Ninjago has been forced further and further back as they continuously try and fail to hold the line against the Hero Factory forces. Driven to desperation, they have united with what little is left of Bionicle, and together, the two lines have managed to force the conflict to a standstill; neither side has been able to advance for quite some time. Hope is on the horizon for Bionicle and Ninjago; whispers of a single, lone surviving Toa grow more common by the day. But Hero Factory’s most elite Heroes have now joined the front lines, and surviving the upcoming assault will be no easy task. Let the war begin! RULES 1-Vote changes are not permitted. 2-All BZP Rules Apply. 3-Once killed, players can no longer have an impact on the game. 4-Role revealing is not allowed. ROLES BIONICLE (Wins if Hero Factory is defeated) Matoran x9 – Ordinary players; they vote on who to execute each day. Toa x1 – Each night, this player targets four players; one to protect, one to investigate, and two to kill. This player will survive the first attempt to kill them at night or the first attempt to execute them. NINJAGO (Wins if Hero Factory is defeated) Ninjas x10 – Ordinary players; they vote on who to execute each day. Nya x1 – The Water Ninja. She can investigate a player each night to determine their role. Skylor x1 – The Amber Ninja. She can capture a player each night, protecting them from harm. Lloyd Garmadon x1 – The Golden Ninja. Targets two players for death each night, but can only kill them if they are a part of Hero Factory. Final Ninja x1 – The Final Ninja. Having survived both of the previous conflicts, the Final Ninja has grown extraordinarily resistant; they can only die if targeted for death two nights in a row, executed twice in a row, or targeted for death and lynching in the same round. HERO FACTORY (Wins if they outnumber both Bionicle and Ninjago) Mr. Makuro x1 – Has one separate kill each night; this kill will only succeed if the target is a Matoran or a Ninja. Preston Stormer x1 – If sent to kill, no suspect list will be provided. Dunkan Bulk x1 – Cannot be executed during the day as long as Preston Stormer and Jimi Stringer are alive. Jimi Stringer x1 – Can kill up to four players when sent; for each additional kill, the suspect list shrinks by one. Von Ness x1 – [FILES MISSING] Thresher x1 – When sent to kill, can also protect another member of Hero Factory from death. Zib x1 – Cannot be sent to kill. Every two nights, can link two players together; if one of the linked players dies, the other will die as well. PLAYER LIST 1-VALENDALE OF ALL THE ICE [Thresher; Executed Day 3] 2-QUISOVES, MASTER OF BIRDS AND SECRETLY ACTUALLY JUST A SENTIENT POTOO [Ninja; Killed by Toa Night 1] 3-NEVERMORE, SECRETLY A SHADOW PILGRIM AND ALWAYS A RAVEN UNDER THE COMMAND OF QUISOVES [Matoran] VICTOR 4-AMAZTASICAL LYNN-ULTIMOSCORP-CHUMP WHO SHALL DIE THE FIRST NIGHT [Ninja] VICTOR 5-KYLE WHYTE, SECRETLY PETEWA BUT ALSO SPEED ITSELF [skylor; Killed by Hero Factory Night 2] 6-NATO, FESTIVELY AUSTRALIAN SIDE-SWITCHING KILLER AND TYPICAL INHERITOR OF SPOT 19 [Von Ness] VICTOR 7-0579, DISGUISED AS A PAHRAK [Final Ninja] VICTOR 8-DALLIOR MASTER OF FEZ [Matoran; Executed Day 2] 9-SEABORGIUM OF SPREADING BORG ACROSS THE SEA [Ninja] VICTOR 10-JED OF THE 1NDY [Preston Stormer; Executed Day 3] 11-PULSE OF THE OSTRICHES AND LORD OF THE CHATTERING CORPSE HEAP [Zib; Betrayed by Von Ness Night 4] 12-UNIT, VAHKI OF SILLY DECIMALS [Matoran; Executed Day 3] 13-RG THE RAHKSHI GUURAHK, STEALER OF BLADE'S SPOT WHEN BLADE ISN'T AROUND [Ninja; Killed by Toa Night 4] 14-XCCJ, REPORTER OF NEWS [Final Ninja] VICTOR 15-NIK THE THREE OF THE THREE THREES [Matoran; Executed Day 3] 16-TOAD MASTER OF NIGHT ONE DEATHS [Ninja] VICTOR 17-FF OF STEALING SPOT 17 [Matoran; Killed by Toa Night 4] 18-VOXUMO - SCYTHE WIELDER, MAKER OF THE ICE DAGGER, AND ASTRONAUT [Mr. Makuro; Killed by Golden Ninja Night 1] 19-BLADE, THE TEMPTER OF FATE AND THE LEGENDARY SPOT 19 WHO HAS PROBABLY SEALED HER FATE [Toa; Killed by Link to fishers64 Night 4] 20-FISHERS64: HATER OF CAPITAL 'F'S, TRUE OWNER OF SPOT 8, AND PLANNING DALLIOR'S UNHEALTHY DEMISE [Dunkan Bulk; Killed by Link to Pulse Night 4] 21-SHADOWHAWK, ETERNAL KILLER OF VOLTEX [Golden Ninja; Executed Day 1] 22-REYN LIKE REY FROM STAR WARS EXCEPT WITH AN 'N' ADDED ON TOP [Ninja; Killed by Hero Factory Night 1] 23-KIMIKO KUSANAGI - SECRETLY CHRO BUT DON'T TELL ANYBODY [Matoran; Killed by Toa Night 3] 24-LUROKA OF MOPE AND MAKUTAS AND LINCHPINS AND HITMAN AND COEFFICIENTS [Ninja; Killed by Toa Night 2] 25-UNDERSCORE, STRANGELY FESTIVE [Matoran; Killed by Toa Night 3] 26-JIMING THE WALKING ADVERTISEMENT [Ninja] VICTOR 27-ROOSTER NUI, THE ULTIMATE ROOSTER [Matoran; Killed by Hero Factory Night 3] 28-KORKOA TOA OF PLASMA AND RAPTORS [Ninja; Executed Day 3] 29-TAKA NUVIA OF THE ARTISTS [Jimi Stringer; Killed by Toa Night 2] 30-MAVRICK THE ATROCIOUSLY LATE [Matoran; Executed Day 3] 31-DAMPSAD OF THE SNAPPED FINGERS [Ninja; Executed Day 3]
  7. So I finally caught up with Season 6 of Ninjago, and I couldn't help but notice that the Ninjago story is getting pretty formulaic. This formula: the Ninja always fail against the main villain and sustain cringe-worthy losses through the entire season, only to narrowly beat the main villain by the skin of their teeth using some last-ditch tool or power. Any victories the ninja get midseason are always reversed or come with a cost of some kind or both. For example, Pythor - the ninja keep losing against him in the quest to collect the Fang Blades. They get the blades, and almost destroy them, only to be stopped at the last second. The Great Devourer is unleashed, and Garmadon has to stop him. Then, consider Garmadon - the ninja don't stop Garmadon's countdown or stop him from going back to Ninjago or the stone army. It's Lloyd's last minute save. Then the Overlord - we lose Lloyd and fail to rescue him fast enough to stop the power drain, they bust the digital realm not fast enough to stop the Overlord's escape, and it takes Zane's sacrifice. Then Master Chen - again, another series of cringe worthy defeats and the loss of Cole's power and the release of another bunch of dead Anconadrai generals that no one wanted released. It took Sensei Garmadon's sacrifice and last-minute save. And by the time we got to Morro, I could have predicted that every one of the Ninja's actions were going to result in a loss. I knew that when Kai got the sword from Morro that the Ninja were going to lose it soon after. And... Anyway, you've have thought that Jay would have figured this out by now. Thoughts?
  8. PREVIOUSLY ON BIONICLE X NINJAGO MAFIA (credit to art in banner goes to TBK, may his presence on BZPower rest in peace) WORLDS CLASHED IN AN EPIC STRUGGLE! Precisely two years ago, a planet warped into the sky above the World of Mafia and subsequently crashed into the plains of the infamous Desolation. This mysterious planet spewed forth alien figures and structures across the globe, all somehow related to ninjas. These menacing figures claimed themselves to be of ‘Ninjago’, a mystical realm filled with ninjas, robots, magic powers, and chefs. Among other things. The world of Bionicle Mafia was in danger, and had to be saved from the wicked Ninjago! Thankfully, the elite taskforce sent by Bionicle was able to easily take down the not-so-equally elite taskforce sent by Ninjago. With only a single so-called “survivor” for the Ninjago side (although really, we all know they died), Bionicle has been able to rest easy. --- So read the headlines a week ago; but it has become clear that Ninjago was not defeated, and merely awaiting the perfect chance to strike back against the Bionicle Mafia crew. Their force is smaller this time, designed for infiltrating the Bionicle ranks and performing a stealthy takedown as opposed to the even odds of their last confrontation. Deciding on some sort of poetic justice, the battleground decided for this conflict is the same town as before – not that this town has been named yet. Voltex might be a bit lazy in that regard. Let the defense / infiltration begin! --- A mysterious figure has appeared in town, and their purposes are unknown…. RULES 1-Vote changes are not permitted. 2-All BZP Rules Apply. 3-Once killed, players can no longer have an impact on the game. 4-Role revealing is not allowed. ROLES BIONICLE Matoran x12 – Regular players, who vote on who to lynch each day. Detective x1 – Investigates a player each night to determine their role. Medic x1 – Targets a player each night to protect them from death. Pyro x1 – Targets two players each night to kill; the one who dies is determined by RNG. The Shadowed One x1 – Leader of the Dark Hunters. Can swap two players each night, possibly altering targets. Dark Hunters x2 – Regular players. If the Shadowed One dies, one of these players becomes the new Shadowed One. NINJAGO Sensei Wu x1 – Leader of Ninjago. Decides who to send and who to kill each night. If sent to kill, can protect one other member of Ninjago from the lynching that round. Nya x1 – The Water Ninja. She can investigate a player each night to determine their role; if she discovers the Pyro, the Pyro is slain instantly. She is also immune to the Pyro’s fire, and as such, cannot be killed by them. Skylor x1 – The Amber Ninja. She can capture a player each night, rendering them unable to use their role ability if they have one. She is immune to the Detective, and as such, shows up as a regular Matoran to them. Lloyd Garmadon x1 – The Green Ninja. Takes command of Ninjago if Sensei Wu is killed. When sent, can kill two players during the night instead of one. Final Ninja x1 – The Final Ninja. As the only survivor of the original battle between Bionicle and Ninjago, the Final Ninja is partially immune to the lynching; they can only be slain at night or if lynched twice in a row. UNKNOWN Mysterious Figure x1 – [DATA MISSING] PLAYER LIST 1-Aerixx/SENSEI WU - VICTOR 2-Luroka/Matoran - Executed Day 1 3-Rylinth/FINAL NINJA - VICTOR 4-Quisoves/MEDIC - Killed by Ninjago, Night 3 5- Petewa/Matoran - Killed by Pyro, Night 1 6-Miras/DARK HUNTER - Executed Day 2 7-Manducus/DETECTIVE - Killed by Ninjago, Night 4 8-fishers64/NEW SHADOWED ONE - Killed by Ninjago, Night 3 9-Voxumo/Matoran - Executed Day 3 10-JiMing/PYRO - Killed by Nya, Night 3 11- Xccj/Matoran - Killed by Pyro, Night 2 12-Ostrich/Matoran - Killed by Ninjago, Night 1 13-Blade/NYA - VICTOR 14-Unit/Matoran - Executed Day 3 15-Rooster/Matoran - Killed by Ninjago, Night 1 16-ToaD/SKYLOR - VICTOR 17-FF/SHADOWED ONE - Killed by Ninjago, Night 2 18-Vicarath/Matoran - Executed Day 1 19-Nato/MR. MAKURO - VICTOR 20-Dragonstar/Matoran - Killed by Ninjago, Night 4 21-Pahrak/Matoran - Killed by Mysterious Figure, Night 3 22-Deemo/Matoran - Killed by Ninjago, Night 2 23-Nevermore/GOLDEN NINJA - VICTOR 24-Automaton/Matoran - Executed Day 2 25-Burnmad/Matoran - Killed by Pyro, Night 3 How long will signups remain open? A: Either for 24 hours, or until we hit the 40 player mark (which I am not expecting to hit). This is a rather large game already, so yeah. =D
  9. BIONICLE WINS! (credit to art in banner goes to TBK, may his presence on BZPower rest in peace) WORLDS CLASH IN AN EPIC STRUGGLE! Precisely 26 hours, 32 minutes, and 49 seconds ago (we lost the smaller increments of time in a data loss that followed the recording, unfortunately), a planet warped into the sky above the World of Mafia and subsequently crashed into the plains of the infamous Desolation, spewing forth alien figures and structures across the globe! These menacing figures claim themselves to be of ‘Ninjago’, a mystical realm filled with ninjas, robots, magic powers, and chefs. The world of Bionicle Mafia is in danger! It must be defended from the wicked Ninjago! An elite team has been put together to defend Bionicle Mafia from the intruders, to combat an elite attacking force of the same size! The illogical decision has been made by both sides to avoid overwhelming the other with larger forces in favor of good, old-fashioned Mafia-style beatdowns is where all of you come in. Let the defense / conquering begin! RULES 1-Vote changes are not permitted. 2-All BZP Rules Apply. 3-Once killed, players can no longer have an impact on the game. 4-Role revealing is not allowed. ROLES BIONICLE Pyro x1 - Targets 2 players each night; the target to die is decided by the flip of a coin. Medic x1 - Protects one target from death each night. Detective x1 - Investigates one player to determine their role each night. Shadowed One x1 - Decides which Dark Hunter member will kill each night, as well as the target. If lynched, takes two players with them to the grave. Dark Hunters x3 - One is sent by the Shadowed One each night to kill another player. Matoran x4 - Ordinary players who merely vote during the day. NINJAGO Kai x1 - Targets 2 players each night; the target to die is decided by the flip of a coin. Jay x1 - Protects one target from death each night. Cole x1 - Investigates one player to determine their role each night. Zane x1 - Decides which Nindroid will kill each night, as well as the target. If lynched, takes two players with them to the scrapyard. Nindroids x3 - One is sent by Zane each night to kill another player. Ninjas x4 - Ordinary players who merely vote during the day. PLAYER LIST 1-Portal/JAY - Killed by Nindroids Night 2 2-Quisoves/DARK HUNTER - Killed by Pyro Night 2 3-Rylinth/Ninja - Executed Day 3 4-Voxumo/Matoran - Killed by Dark Hunters Night 3 5-Petewa/NINDROID - Executed Day 1 6-Miras/Matoran - Killed by Pyro Night 3 7-Pahrak/ZANE - Killed by Dark Hunters Night 2 8-fishers/KAI - Executed Day 2 9-Taka//DETECTIVE - Killed by Kai Night 1 10-Aerixx/SHADOWED ONE - WINNER 11-Pulse/Ninja - Executed Day 1 12-Rooster/Matoran - WINNER 13-Deemo/DARK HUNTER - WINNER 14-Unit/NINDROID - Executed Day 2 15-Pohatu//Ninja - Killed by Pyro Night 1 16-Xccj/DARK HUNTER - WINNER 17-FF/COLE - Executed Day 2 18-Vicarath/Matoran - Killed by Kai Night 2 19-Nato/Ninja - Executed Day 1 20-ToaD//MEDIC - Killed by Dark Hunters & Nindroids Night 1 21-ToaK/NINDROID - Executed Day 1 22-Blade/PYRO - WINNER Signups will remain open for 48 hours, or until the player list is closed. A maximum of 4 extra spots will be added.
  10. EDIT: Updated my theory with more info/alterations. EDIT 2: Having seen some of the new episodes, I feel I can revise the list a bit again. It also seems that I had forgotten to put Mind on the list of secondary elements So with the recent revelations that Fire, Earth, Lightning, and Ice are NOT the only elements, and that Wind is apparently an element, I'm a little curious as to how Ninjago elements actually WORK. Since there are (as for as we know) only 4 golden weapons, that would seem to imply that fire, earth, lightning, and ice are the main elements. Does that mean other elements are derived from those elements? Do the "secondary" elements make up the main ones or do the main ones combine to make the secondary ones? Is Wind even an element? How do golden power, creation, darkness, and destruction fit into all of this? Can any four elements combine to form Creation (as in either Mega-Weapon or Tornado of Creation), or does it require the four "main" elements? What are your theories or opinions? Post them below! My theory is this: All elements can be used in Spinjitzu and Airjitzu, although Wind is rather redundant in both, though it is possible that Wind Spinjitzu/Airjitzu is more powerful than other elements, in terms of how much "Elemental power" there is. The ninjas' elements (minus Lloyd) are the main elements, and other elements are combinations of them. Light & Shadow (Used by the Elemental Masters) are distinct from Creation & Destruction, the supposed elements of Sensei Wu and the formerly evil Lord Garmadon, until he turned good. It is possible that Lord Garmadon was using Shadow in the pilot episodes when he did the whole Kai VS. Garmadon Fire Temple battle. And during that episode where Lord Garmadon is staying on the Destiny Bounty on the search for Lloyd, he appears to use a dark form of lightning at one point, which is obviously not a Shadow power, and therefore might be a Destruction power, especially when you see his Spinjitzu character card which depicts his element as being Destruction and showing him using dark lightning. Then we have Golden Power and Darkness/EVIL, the former being used by Lloyd until the events of Rebooted, and the latter being used by the Overlord. These could be the same as Creation and Destruction, though they appear to be much more powerful. My theory on the combinations is as follows: HIGH-POWER SUPER ELEMENTS Golden Power - Ultimate combination of all 4 main elements and possibly also Light. A rare higher-power form of Creation + Green Power/Energy - Used by Lloyd (during the Golden Ninja era) and First Spinjitzu Master.Darkness/EVIL - Probably a higher-power form of Destruction that is possibly a dark, unbalanced combination of the 4 main elements and possibly also Shadow. Used by the Overlord.LOWER-POWER SUPER ELEMENTS Creation - An equal balance of the 4 main elements. Low-power version of Golden Power. Used by Sensei Wu and Sensei Garmadon. Lloyd possibly uses a more powerful form of Creation, allowing him to fire balls of green energy from his hands and create things out of thin air (like the motorcycle he made in "The Titanium Ninja"), as well as transform existing vehicles (like the 4-wheeled vehicle in "Ninja Roll"). It is possible this is because Sensei Wu's Creation is the same level of power as the ninja of the 4 main elements, meaning he is not a master of any one element, and Lloyd's is equal to the full power of all 4 elements combined.Destruction - An out-of-balance combination of the 4 main elements. Used by evil Lord Garmadon and probably the Overlord. Possibly a low-power version of Darkness/EVIL.(?) Energy/Green Power - Lloyd's ability to shoot green balls of energy doesn't appear to be a power that Sensei Wu or Garmadon have, so it is possible that Lloyd's Creation element includes some sort of additional power allowing him to do this. This appears to be a lower-power version of the golden balls of energy in Golden Power. It could be its own element or just the offensive side of Lloyd's Creation element. PRIMARY ELEMENTS Fire - KaiIce - ZaneEarth - ColeLightning - JaySECONDARY ELEMENTS Sound - Jacob PevsnerSpeed - Griffin TurnerGravity - GravisMind - NeuroPoison - ToxMetal - KarlofWater - Nya, Lar (if canon)Smoke - AshNature - BoloboForm - ChamilleLight - PalemanShadow - ShadeAmber/Absorption - Skylor (now lost)Wind - Morro It can be really confusing to understand the elements involving light and darkness, good and evil. Light & Shadow are confirmed to be elements, though they are apparently different from the elements of Creation and Destruction, Sensei Wu using the former and Lord Garmadon using the latter. And then you have to throw in the Golden Ninja Lloyd's Golden Power, as well as the Overlord's Darkness/Evil power. Golden Power does not appear to be the same as Creation, and the same applies for Destruction and Darkness/Overlord Power. And then Lloyd's Green Power is there. At first I thought this was a separate element from Creation and possibly a weaker form of Golden Power, but I had forgotten about that scene in "The Titanium Ninja" where he creates a motorcycle out of thin air, which means that he does in fact use the element of Creation, albeit at a much higher power level than Sensei Wu, as he is able to create balls of energy to use as a weapon. So yeah, this is all very confusing. What do you think? What are your theories? Feel free to discuss them here!
  11. https://instagram.com/p/9etDvVQFrF/ Looks like Lego hasn't been thinking of story writing that much - as old Greg said, the sets come first. However, most writing methods start with defining the characters and the setting anyway, but it appears that they focus more on the appearance of the characters than their actual personalities, which makes sense for a toy company. But that may leave those looking for a deeper story disappointed. What do you think? Go!
  12. Which season of LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu do you think had the best premiere, and which do you think had the best finale? Personally, I feel like my favorite season premiere was probably "The Invitation" from Season 4, and my favorite season finale is still "Day of the Great Devourer" from Season 1. EDIT: Added a poll.
  13. My personal favorite is Zane's Titan Mech. How about yours? Fire away! (hurn hurn hurn)
  14. (cross-posted from Brickset) This is just something I've been thinking about lately. When #70751 Temple of Airjitzu was announced, a question that seemed to be on a lot of people's minds is "how many AFOLs will be interested in buying a Ninjago set?" (or conversely, "how many Ninjago fans are even old enough for a set this size?") This is something that I see a lot of in the AFOL community — themes like Ninjago being perceived as "too childish" for most adults to take a serious interest in. And yet at the same time, that seems to fly in the face of the actual target audience for these themes. Many AFOLs are perfectly fine with buying LEGO City sets, and yet even the largest LEGO City sets such as #60097 City Square (1683 pieces, $190) and #60098 Heavy-Haul Train (984 pieces, $200) are recommended for ages 6–12. By comparison, the smallest Ninjago sets like #70752 Jungle Trap and #70739 Airjitzu Kai Flyer are aimed at ages 6–14, while the largest non-exclusive sets like #70732 City of Stiix and #70738 Final Flight of Destiny's Bounty are aimed at ages 9–14. The Temple of Airjitzu itself is aimed at ages 14+. Some might point to the "silliness" of the story as evidence of the Ninjago theme's childishness, what with the colorful ninja piloting sci-fi vehicles and fighting robots, ghosts, and fantasy monsters. And yet there are plenty of AFOLs who have no trouble enjoying LEGO Super Heroes sets (and the corresponding Marvel Cinematic Universe movies) that portray fights between Norse gods, robots, aliens, mutants, mech pilots, and B-movie monsters. I've also heard plenty of AFOL excitement for the Scooby-Doo theme, based on a series in which a bunch of teenagers and their talking dog solve formulaic cartoon mysteries perpetrated by middle-aged men and women in goofy monster costumes. Are these things honestly any less silly, or is it just the veneer of nostalgia that makes AFOLs less afraid to enjoy these "old-school" cartoon and comic book adventures? For what it's worth, the LEGO Ninjago TV series can be quite cerebral compared to what you might expect from a merchandise-driven cartoon, with plenty of character development, complex storylines, and moral ambiguity. The LEGO Ninjago sets are intricate and full of creative part use, elaborate action features, and intricate details. So why is it that so many AFOLs who casually enjoy themes aimed at an even younger audience have a hard time seeing Ninjago as anything other than a "kiddy theme"? The only explanation I've been able to come up with is that character-driven, genre-blending themes like Ninjago are so different than the themes many older AFOLs grew up with like Town or Castle. Because so many kids, teens, and young adults like these themes in a way they can't begin to understand, these older AFOLs assume that themes like Ninjago are simply more childish than the LEGO themes and movie brands that they continue to enjoy from their own childhoods.
  15. Okay, so this is assuming you've seen the recent episodes, including the Season 5 finale "Curseworld." As I've stated in the past, Ninjago hasn't been so great lately about keeping the plot very consistent, and this one's no different. First problem is Nya. She's now the water ninja, but why didn't she learn Spinjitzu first, like the others? When Zane, Cole, and the others started out, they were trained to use Spinjitzu, which allowed them to become a tornado of their element, which later helped them master the power of the Golden Weapons and grow in power. While Nya doesn't have a GW to represent her element, a tornado of water would have been very useful for both offensive and defensive purposes. Training her to do Spinjitzu would have been quicker and more efficient than trying to make her do everything Jedi-style. To further this issue, back during the Stone Army/Overlord story, Nya was poisoned by the Dark Matter, and became a being of darkness. In this state, she was seen to use Spinjitzu multiple times, mainly to attack her brother and the other Ninja. Also, her spinjitzu appeared red, even though her color's at the time had been changed to black and grey. Why was it red, then? Perhaps to represent the color of her true element, a.k.a. fire? It's been said before, and I'll say it again: Consistency is not a mild suggestion. But why do I bring this up as unresolved? Because Nya had a spinner set TWICE in the early years of Ninjago, despite her never learning how to perform the art. Will she ever learn it, or not? ---- Second point: Cole. In case you missed it, Cole is still a ghost. This is a problem, because we know the process could easily have been reversed. Why? Because, if you check the episode immediately following Cole's transformation, he began to change back on two occasions: when he was hugged by Nya, and when he was encouraged by the other ninja. In both instances, one of his hands regained a solid form, though the break in emotion caused the changed spot to return to its ghostly form. Here's where I have a problem with this: They never mention this again. It's not even apparent to Cole, himself, who should have felt the change in his own hands. But, really. The camera zooms in on this the only two times it happens, making it seem like something big and emotional would happen by the end of the season, causing Cole to revert to normal. If those instances were never meant to amount to anything, why even show it in the first place? On another note, how was Ghost-Cole able to handle the Aeroblades? If the weapons are deadly to ghosts, then how was our favorite ninja able to hold them, let alone use them as intended without hurting or destroying himself? Again, consistency, please. ---- Third, Garmadon. Lloyd finds him in the Cursed Realm, and then apparently switches clothes with him. If Garmadon was chained up, then how did Lloyd get the robe's sleeves off of there without freeing his father? I know it's meant to be a kids show, but even then, a little logic here and there would be nice. Also, who in the Cursed Realm bothered to chain him up? It's not like he was going to escape from there any time soon. ---- Fourth, Zane. In the episode with the FSM's tomb, Zane saw a future version of himself which he described as looking older. He's a full-on machine, made of metal. I can understand scratches here and there, but wrinkles? Suspension of disbelief can only take you so far. ---- Finally, deepstone armor. In one of the earlier episodes, Zane is hit by a ghost attack that was meant to turn him into a ghost. It has no effect on him due to the armor. Two problems arise from this: 1) The ninja spend the entire rest of the season avoiding these same attacks like the plague, despite the fact that their armor makes them immune to possession and being transformed into a ghost. Which brings me to... 2) Cole turned into a ghost. Shouldn't the deepstone have repelled this change, to some extent? I understand that the circumstances were a bit different, but I still don't see how this had no effect on him. But, then, why didn't the armor just repel Cole? Make sense? A substance meant to reflect ghostly powers was turned into a ghost. Anyone else see the problem here? ---- Sure, this season had fewer issues than the last one (*cough*elementalmasters*cough*), but some of this stuff deserves an explanation. I could think of more if I weren't so tired right now, so I'll just leave it as is and let you all dig in. Thoughts?
  16. My review of all six Ninjago Airjitzu sets went live while I was at BrickFair this weekend! Check it out if you're interested in the parts of these unique new sets!
  17. I picked this set up a couple days ago, and since BZPower hasn't reviewed these yet, I figured I'd take the jump on them and do one first. Will this set carry you and your dreams to the clouds? Or is it best left grounded? The Box The box is just as you'd expect. Some decent artwork showing off the set and all its contents. It's made of that same thin paperboard stuff we're so used to by now. The back shows off more of the same, as well as the lineup of all six Aijitzu Flyers. Contents Within the container, you will find a single bag of parts, one propeller, and one ripcord, as well as an instruction booklet. There's a decent variety of parts. For a set like this, though, the function is meant to outweigh the pieces. As such, it doesn't have a very good piece-to-price ratio, but it does contain this variation of Morro, which is only available in one other (very expensive) set. Morro comes in his ghost form here. We see him in the original ninja suit, though in green this time, and wearing Lloyd's symbol. The back has printing, and it features his Japanese-style symbol. His head has only one face, though. The set also includes a few weapons, most interesting of which is the new shuriken mold. The blades are slightly curved, and the handles are decorated like the katana handles. These are my favorite piece here! Building process The building process is fairly straightforward and simple. You build the minifig, build the handle, and click the spinner together. And then you're done! Playability There's not much to say about this. You put the minifig in the dome, and you send it flying. With the spinners, you had a game you could play with them. I suppose this time around, you can take yours, and have a friend launch their own, and see whose goes farthest. Beyond that there's only so much you can do with them. I did take mine out to the local school playground, and I discovered that it holds up fairly well against being dashed against the pavement (oops ). So, they're definitely durable, which is a plus! Final thoughts All in all, I like the concept here. For the figure, I think this is a good buy. It's nothing too special, but if you want something fun to take outside during the summer months, this is definitely a decent purchase at only $10. Well, I hope you enjoyed my first review, and hopefully I'll get around to doing more in the future.
  18. Ok here is the picture and LOOK VERY CLOSELY: It LOOKS like his symbol is Lloyd's and the FIRST SPINJITZU MASTER's SYMBOL. At least that's what I see. I know it CAN'T be his symbol, but IS it??? Oh, and he's also wearing a SIMILAR suit to the ninja's FIRST suits. Do you guys think that this is CRAZY, or is it JUST me?
  19. Okay, so I have a couple problems with the new story. Starting with the "masters of the elements." So, where exactly do they fit in? We were told that they are descendants of the original masters of the elements, and that Cole, Kai, Jay, and Zane fit into this category. How does this work, exactly? The First Spinjitzu Master, who was the father of Wu and Garmadon, formed Ninjago using the four elements, represented by the Golden Weapons. Why is there a problem with this? A few reasons. One, because there were only four GWs, of the elements Earth, Fire, Lightning, and Ice. Somewhat related to this, there were only four elemental Dragons. You could argue that other Dragons exist, but we just haven't seen them. Two, if TFSM is the father of Wu and Gamadon, both practitioners of the four elements of Spinjitzu, this would mean that the four ninja (and Nya) are descendants of him, as well. Three, if all these elemental masters have been passing down their powers through the generations for thousands of years, then how old are Wu and Garmadon? Their father was the guy who brought their land into existence, so that means that those two have incredible longevity. However, that doesn't work. Why? One reason: Lloyd. When we first met him, Lloyd was a child, implying that he'd only been around for a few years. This doesn't work. We saw that picture of a younger Wu, Garmadon, and Misako. Garmadon was banished to the Underworld while he and Wu still looked young. This means that the "undead" version of Garmadon actually WAS able to leave the underworld, and he got Misako pregnant. However, we know they hadn't seen each other since before his fall, so that means that it couldn't have happened recently. Okay, I feel like I'm starting to bounce around a lot here, so I'l condense it: Story 1--the Golden Weapons: Ninjago was created thousands of years ago by The First Spinjitzu Master, who was the father of Garmadon and Wu. Garmadon, presumably while he and Wu were still fairly young, fell into the Underworld, and was unable to leave it. Many decades later, after Wu had a chance to age, he trained four young men in the art of Spinjitzu, which manifested in four elements. Story 2--Serpentine/Garmadon's mischief: Garmadon had a son with a woman named Misako before he fell into the Underworld. Lloyd was seen alongside the Ninja (who are depicted as being fairly young, themselves) while he was still just a kid (pre-teen or early teen). If the first story is to be believed, then Lloyd couldn't be Garmadon's son, or Garmadon spent only a few years in the Underworld, and Wu aged significantly in that amount of time. Already the timelines aren't adding up. Story 3--The Overlord: This one mostly follows suit of the first two stories, taking into account the significance of the First Spinjitzu Master and the creation of Ninjago, as well as the importance of the elements (four elemental blades in the Temple of Light). Story 4--Nindroids: Again, this one follows suit of the first few stories, with little retconning. Story 5--Tournament of Elements: Okay, here's where things get screwy. Suddenly, the First Spinjitzu Master (who harnessed the powers of Fire, Earth, Lightning, and Ice, and subsequently passed it on to his sons) is related to Kai, Cole, Jay, and a robot who was built by some guy, and therefore can't bear a genetic connection to the element of Ice. And then there's all these other guys with different powers that have apparently been around since the time of TFSM. "Many generations," Garmadon tells the Ninja, even though there's been only two generations separating Lloyd from TFSM. What's worse is that no one seemed to know about these other powers, until it became convenient for Garmadon to reveal that they had always existed, without any indicators like Golden Weapons or having a hand in the formation of Ninjago. Another point that came up in another topic is that Lloyd is now the Master of Power, instead of Light/Creation, as he was from the moment he became the Green Ninja. No story's perfect, but now they're barely trying to keep the lore consistent. What do you think? Is there something I missed? Thoughts? Theories? Theatrics?
  20. Take your pick, please. If you don't see the poll, tell me.
  21. This is Ninjago's new set coming this August with the other Ninjago sets. It costs $100.00 and Go to Lego's Ninjago website to see it. http://www.lego.com/en-us/ninjago/products/70732-city-of-stiix Although, Ninjago's set "Temple" is going to be on a delay. It is said to be arriving in the month SEPTEMBER.
  22. Greetings! Right above this, you will see a poll. Personally, I think Master Chen and Pythor are the best Ninjago villains we have seen so far, and that the Overlord is a horrible villain and character. My reasons: Master Chen and Pythor P. Chumsworth are such unique and enjoyable characters, which is part of the reason why I love them as villains. They are also great plotters and manipulators. Master Chen owns a noodle franchise, has a presumably French assistant, loves theatrics, and controls an Anacondrai cult, whilst Pythor is basically a snake version of Sideshow Bob. What's not to like? On the other hand, the Overlord is an awful character. He has this silly grumbling voice that makes him sound more like an eight-year-old doing an impression of Dr. Claw than an intimidating master of darkness, needs everyone around him to help him to have a mere physical form, and needs the power that almost destroyed him in order to resurrect him... wait... what? Oh, and, he was defeated by both an outdated robot and a teenager wearing a golden kimono. Pathetic.
  23. Hello everyone! I am new here and I want to discuss about Ninjago summer 2015. It looks like their new enemy are Morro(which means hill), and ghosts. And season 6 is coming out sometime in either July or August. Please tell me your thoughts.
  24. Since Cartoon Network aired the last 5 episodes in a week (probably to air them before the second half with the ghost ninja) and since previous topics generated little or no response I thought I'd combine the recaps and review of the last 4 episodes. Spoilers Ahead You have been Warned. Episode 7: The Forgotten Element Alternate Title: 'Does this seem kind of familiar to you?' Recap: So Chen rounds up the remaining contestants except for Lloyd and promptly steals all their powers. (I'll get to this in the review.) Skylor (I'm dropping the Mortal Kombat monikers since they dropped the tournament pretense). Skylor asks that Kai be spared and Chen agrees even trying to recruit the red ninja to the dark side. When Lloyd, Nya and Garmadon sneak in, they are betrayed by an unconvincing dark Kai. Garmadon grabs Skylor to extort Chen, but Chen calls his bluff. This causes an Incredibles-type conversion in Skylor. Elsewhere, the losers have built their jet. It can't fly but still has weapons so they use it to bust out. They save Nya and Garmadon on their way to freedom. It's a grand melee as Chen is about to gain all the powers. But Skylor nicks the staff, after a mad scramble the staff breaks and everyone regains their powers. The defeat the cultist, but Chen, Clouse and Skylor escape. The ninja are reunited and the bad guy is defeated, so why are there 3 more episodes and why do I have this uneasy feeling that things are about to get worse. Review: First, lets settle this power stealing rubbish right here. So Chen could steal anyone's power at any time. Why set up this tournament? Why not seek out each master and steal their power while they are alone and vulnerable? How is this banishment enforced? These aren't critical questions, but still plot holes that make the ride very bumpy. Kai's betrayal and act felt low stakes. His fight for control against the staff was ok, but not much above that. You can see scenes lifted from James Bond, the Incredibles and X-men here. The fight between the Masters and the cultists could have lasted longer. Overall, it is ok, but you can tell this isn't the finale or even the end of this particular bad guy.
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